Notes from Abroad is a new feature on the Off-Campus Programs website, in which we highlight small snippets of a student’s experience. This week’s feature is from Elina Yufa ’16, a Communications major and a minor in Digital Media Design currently studying abroad in Greece.
Notes from Abroad is a new feature on the Off-Campus Programs website, in which we highlight small snippets of a student’s experience. This week’s feature is from Rapheal Mathis ’17, a Communications and African American Studies major currently studying abroad in Auckland, New Zealand.
Notes from Abroad is a new feature on the Off-Campus Programs website, in which we highlight small snippets of a student’s experience. This week’s feature is from Guadalupe Cervantes ’16, a dual major in communication and Spanish, currently studying abroad at Lake Forest College in Granada.
“Racing/Sexing the Rhetorical Situation: Angela Davis’s Embodied Contextual Reconstruction,” is co-authored by Horwitz and Catherine Palczewski, and appears in Race and Hegemonic Struggle in the United States: Pop Culture, Politics, and Protest, edited by Mary E. Triece and Michael G. Lacy. Rowman & Littlefield, 2014.
MSNBC’s “The Daily Rundown with Chuck Todd” referred to Aaron Lawlor ’04 as an Illinois Rising Star on March 21, 2014. Lawlor, who double majored in politics and communication at the College, was among a list of six other up-and-coming politicians, both Democrats and Republicans, who are expected to move up in the ranks in a few years’ time.
Jessica Gunderson ’16, a communication major with plans to minor in entrepreneurship and innovation, thanks the College for her know-how when it comes to promoting herself and her young adult mystery series.
Rhiannon Miller ’14 earned the internship with the global company in part because of her research experience in the Department of Communication the summer after her sophomore year, in part because of her exceptional resume, which lists six previous internship experiences, and in part because she connected with an alumnus who currently works there.
Lake Forest College was host to big-name television journalist, producer, narrator, and news anchor Bill Kurtis on November 14 for his talk, “The Best Seat in the House,” which included anecdotes about his career, commentary on the evolution of journalism, and the importance of journalism in American society. After the talk, students lined up for a chance to get a photo with Kurtis and chat with him one-on-one.
Emily White ’14 remembers attending Falmouth Commodore baseball games during the summers of her childhood. Glove in hand, she always was prepared to catch a fly ball. This summer, she will return to her Cape Cod home to serve as the team’s promotions intern, paving the way for a future she hopes somehow involves promotions and baseball.
Kiarra Hodge ‘13, a major in communications and and African-American Studies minor, and Greg McDowell ‘14 have signed with an independent recording label, Unlimited Production Music, and are currently working on a project together. Their collaboration was recently featured in the Lake County News-Sun.